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Rally to Lift the Injunction & End Street Homelessness
The rally will call on the 9th Circuit Court to overturn Judge Donna Ryu’s injunction prohibiting San Francisco from enforcing its laws against public lodging or camping.
Shelter Hearing: Calling on the Mayor to Fund 2,000 New Shelter or Temporary Housing Placements
Resolution calling on Mayor London N. Breed to fund 2,000 new shelter or temporary housing placements over the next two fiscal years.
CARE Court Hearing: New Hope for Seriously Mentally Ill
Support CARE Court and its community-based approach to treating those with serious mental illness (SMI). Listen to the hearing and provide Public Comment to the Committee members and the Department of Public Health officials accountable for implementing CARE Court.
Supervisor Hearing: Demand Shelter to End Unsheltered Homelessness
Join our campaign calling on the City to fund 2,000 new shelter beds in the upcoming 2023-2024 budget. Make your voice heard at 3/21 Supervisor hearing.
What We Can Do About SF's Drug Crisis (Virtual Event)
Our government’s failure to effectively respond to the drug crisis has led to visible suffering, violence, and addiction throughout the city. Learn more about what can be done to address this crisis.
Why SF is Broken (and How to Fix it) - Hosted by TogetherSF
San Francisco is broken, and it’s not just a headline—rising crime, an out-of-control drug crisis, and tanking schools affect us all personally.
What We Can Do About SF's Drug Crisis - Hosted by TogetherSF
San Francisco has become synonymous with open-air drug markets, increasing rates of fentanyl addiction, and daily overdose deaths. Our government’s failure to effectively respond to the drug crisis has led to visible suffering, violence, and addiction throughout the city.
Strategic Plan for SF Dept. of Homelessness
The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) is hosting a public Town Hall to solicit feedback from the public. This is an important opportunity for members of the community to provide feedback to HSH on improving their approach to the homelessness crisis.
Hearing: Treatment on Demand
On October 27, 2022, the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee is conducting a hearing on the current state of “Treatment on Demand.” Supervisors plan to ask the DPH how they will provide treatment within a reasonable timeframe and about their plan to close gaps in treatment capacity.